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  • Submitted: Feb 25 2011 12:43 AM
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Download RogueKiller latest version

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RogueKiller is an antimalware software using a very effective detection method based on a list of signatures but also on heuristic analysis.
It is thus able to detect and remove a wide range of known and unknown malware. Its capabilities make it an outstanding tool to remove the most resistant infections, like bootkits( https://en.wikipedia...otkit#Bootkits0
 
Using RogueKiller is therefore particularly recommended for malware removal, but it can also be used to ensure the integrity of the operating system. Indeed, no risk of conflict with an existing antivirus is to be expected.
 
RogueKiller is available in 16 languages and a rich documentation is available to the user on the website adlice.com.


What's New in Version latest version (See full changelog)

  • http://www.adlice.com/softs/roguekiller/Changelog.txt


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Please use the Official Link (sur-la-toile) as much as possible :thumbsup:
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I've only been using this for a few days, but it has been great.
You will be receiving a donation.

A question about the "HOSTS" file scan.
I use the modified HOSTS file from (http://www.mvps.org/...p2002/hosts.htm) and naturally my RK scan files some dodgy entries.

I've just been ignoring anything it finds there.
Anything wrong with that?

Also -
After doing a "Scan", I tried to enter another option to continue using RK - but nothing happens.

I've just been closing out the window and re-running it.
Is there some other way to keep making menu selections without starting over?


Thanks,
OldGyrene
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